Selected papers from the XIIIth Linguistic Symposium on Romance

Languages, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24–26 March 1983

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The papers in this volume are a selection from the paper presented at the 13th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (1983). The languages discussed include Romance in general, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Gascon. The diversity of the topics encompassed by these papers conforms to the principal goal of the LSRL conferences: to contribute to the synchronic and diachronic description and analysis of the Romance Languages within the context of current developments in linguistic theory.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 36]  1985.  x, 440 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
v–vii
Constraints on the structure De + modifier in French
David Birdsong
1–17
Clausal case-marking and the CRP
Heles Contreras
19–30
Clitics and binding
Francesco D'Introno
31–49
The necessity of three-cornered comparative syntax
Joseph E. Emonds
51–76
Speech act markers in modern Gascon
Thomas T. Field
77–97
Mechanisms of change in the position of object pronouns: from classical latin to modern French
Sylvia Joseph Galambos
99–116
The resolution of phonological ambiguity in a simulated English-Spanish borrowing situation
Jorge M. Guitart
117–125
Autosegmental phonology an dliquid assimilation in Havana Spanish
James Harris
127–148
On opening black boxes: latin -nge- and -ng’l- in Hispano-Romance
Steven Lee Hartman
149–162
The distribution of the French Clitic En and the ECP
Randall Hendrick
163–186
The unagreement hypothesis
Alfredo Hurtado
187–211
The syntax of code-switching: Spanish and English
Judith L. Klavans
213–231
Vowel epenthesis in Romance: a metrical analysis
Jean-Pierre Y. Montreuil
233–244
Individuation: its role in clitic sequences in French
Monique A. Burston
245–259
On the three-tiered syllabic theory and its implications for Spanish
Rafael Núñez-Cedeño
261–285
On the representation of higher order complex words
Carlos Piera
287–313
On passives and word order in Spanish
Anchen Schulz
315–329
Apparent Non-matching relative clauses in Spanish
Margarita Suñer
331–354
The filling of the gap: pro-drop rules in Brazilian Portuguese
Fernando Tarallo
355–375
On closed syllable adjustment in French
Bernard Tranel
377–405
Lexical subjects in French infinitives
Marie-Thérèse Vinet
407–423
Index of languages
425–427
Index of names
429–432
Subject matter index
433–440
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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